The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) announced that Wi-Fi Certified Wi-Fi Direct has been incorporated into its Interoperability Guidelines. Wi-Fi Direct is a certification by the Wi-Fi Alliance for products that are capable of device-to-device connections without the presence of a traditional home, office or hotspot network. Through incorporation into the DLNA Interoperability Guidelines, Wi-Fi Direct will expand on the existing Wi-Fi Certified devices supported by DLNA.

“Worldwide demand for interoperable, security-protected Wi-Fi products has grown exponentially in recent years, and the device-to-device usages enabled by Wi-Fi Direct are fundamental to digital home usages for Wi-Fi,” said Edgar Figueroa, CEO of Wi-Fi Alliance, in a statement.

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Comcast Expands 1.2 TB Cap

Come January, all of Comcast ’s residential internet customers will have a 1.2 Terabyte data cap. The operator is expanding the cap into its Northeast markets, which includes DC, Massachusetts and Virginia

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